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it's tuesday, january 12th. this is the cbs morning news. president obama gives his final address tonight. it will be a plea to elect a democrat in 2016. inside the raid that brought down a drug lord.
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led to the capture of el chapo. this morning, there are questions over the role actor sean penn may have played in the arrest. and rolling the dice. alabama's big bet in the fourth quarter helps the crimson tide win its fourth national championship in seven seasons. good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at "cbs news" headquarters in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. president obama delivers his final state of the union address tonight. the president is expected to layout his agenda for his final year, focus on the big picture and deliver an optimistic view of the united states. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, anne-marie, good morning to everybody. this is president obama's last high profile opportunity to reach out to people before voting begins on february 1st for his successor.
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particular candidate, but he will layout domestic and international priorities that build on the steps he's already taken and that vision certainly lines up more with democrats than republicans. >> the president of the united states. >> reporter: in his seventh and fine am state of the union address tonight, president obama will talk to the american people about the nation's challenges and opportunities ahead. >> what's critical are the kind of decisions that we make now will have a significant impact on not just the next generation of americans, but future generations of marines. >> i don't think i have ever been more optimistic about a year ahead than i am right now. >> reporter: the president is expected to highlight executive actions he plans to take to tackle gun violence without congressional approval. but the white house says he'll also discuss issues where both parties could work towing. >> we see there is strong bipartisan report for row form on capitol hill. >> reporter: this year,
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guests to the house chamber to hear his speech, including a syrian refugee and an american hero. 23-year-ol spencer stone and his two nendz friends helped take down a heavily armed gunman on a paris train last year. white house staffers called him last week on his commute to work. >> they called me when i was pulling into the parking lot. they called know sit in the first lady's box. said have a good day after that. >> reporter: the white house is also using social media to spread the president's message, by providing a behind the scenes look at today's event on snapchat. >> that is one platform the white house is expected to be usings facebook, twitter, instagram, vine and tumbler. programs it's highlighted best of all who is getting the first interview after this speech. it's not a high profile journalist but three youtube celebrities that have millions of subscribers.
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thank you, weija in walk. "cbs news" will cover the state of the union address beginning tonight at 9:00 p.m. eastern. sitting behind the president tonight will be vice president joe biden. in an interview with cnn, biden weighed in on the race for the democratic nomination. biden says bernie sanders speaks to a quote yes or noing deep and real on the issue of wealth disparity t. issue he says hillary clinton has only just begun to address. >> it's real e relatively new for hillary to talk about. that hillary's focus has been other things up until now. that's been bernie's, no one questioned bernie's authenticity on those issues. >> biden also says:t has come up disparity issue. with the iowa caucus just three weeks away, the democratic race is heating up. a new poll shows:itself with a 3-point lead in iowa and sanders leading by 4 in new hampshire. as craig boswell reports, last
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in a voter forum in des moines. >> it could be that the inevitable candidate for the democratic nomination may not be oinevitable today. >> reporter: clinton has spent much of her campaigning attacking republicans. she continued on that track monday night during an appearance on the iowa black forum on fusion. >> who would have thought donald trump would be lead income national polls? i mean for those of you ever thought about running for president take part? >> reporter: the polls are also close on the republican side, where donald trump holds on a 2-point lead over ted cruz. trump also maintains a commanding lead in new hampshire, with cruz, john kasich and marco rubio in a virtual tie for second. on monday, trump said cruz could not legally run for president. he was born if canada to an american mother. >> a lot of people think have you to be born here. >> reporter: but cruz has
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wasting his time on a non-issue. >> i have never breathed a breath of air on this planet when i was not a u.s. citizen. >> reporter: the candidates will learn what matters to voters when they weigh in for the first time in iowa on february 1st. case are boswell, "cbs news," walk. >> well, the next republican debate is this thursday in south carolina. seven candidates, not including rand palm and carley fiorina will take part. paul and fiorina were offered spots in the so-called second tier faceoff. palm says he won't participate. actor sean penn hazy se has nothing to hide with his interview with kingpin el cpap po guzman. their meeting led to a reign on mexico's pacific coast. don champion has the dramatic video. >> reporter: 17 mexican marines stormed the house early friday morning.
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emptied slowly, tossing grenades as they moved in. it took the marines 15 minutes to secure the house by the guzman -- five of the guzman men were killed, el chapo managed to escape down this elaborate tunnel. guzman's stole a car, they were captured on a highway outside of town. inside the hour, authorities found dvds of the tv show starring the woman that helped sean penn get his rolling stone interview. these are pictures showing them arriveing at a mexican airport in a meeting with a man that would take them to guzman guzman tells penn he is the world's largest drug supplier and that it's a reality that drugs destroy. doesman is back in the same prison he escaped from six months ago. this time the police isn't surrounded by tanks and soldiers.
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been sealed with concrete. now, guzman is being moved from cell to cell and is not being held on the ground floor. guzmoon's attorney, meantime, is challenging the extradition requests. officials say an investigation is opened that could include sean penn. later today, "rolling stone" plans to reveal more of the interview with guzman. >> thank you, don. the mother of the texas teen who used the affluenza defense in the deadly drunken driving case, is expected to be released from custody today. tawnya couch's bail was reduced from one million to 75,000. couch was brought back to texas after being caught with her son ethan at a mexican resort. she is charged with hindering the apprehension of a felon. now breast cancer screening, there has been much controversy over when to start mammograms.
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force is out with the latest recommendations. danielle notingham has our report. >> reporter: the debate over breast cancer strooen screening has left many women confused. >> it's a woman's health thing that has changed over the years. >> reporter: the u.s. conservative task force is continuing to recommend mammograms every itself year. the group says screening kick effective for women in their 40s. overdiagnosis is a concern. >> the benefits are smaller. the harms need to be carefully viewed. the task force supports women having this information and making individualized informed choices. >> reporter: the recommendations come after the american cancer society said in october that women should now start annual mammograms at age 45. this doctor says she's concerned about the message young women may be getting. >> they don't need to examine the breasts the doctors don't need to look. they don't need mammograms.
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creates a worrisome vacuum for me. we have as to remember women in their 40s and below still get breast cancer. >> reporter: danielle nottingham, "cbs news." >> and we'll talk with cancer expert dr. david agus about the new mammogram guidelines coming up on "cbs this morning," up to another foot of snow is expected overnight and today in buffalo, new york. the winter weather arrived during last night's rush, slowing down traffic. 1,500 homes in the county lost power. hopefully the owner of this car has a really good ice scrape were. buffalo's chilly weather froze this car in its place. after rain turned to snow as temperatures fell. coming up on the morning news, seem of approval. residents in a new york village vote on whether to keep a logo later. cross country payoff. marshals. this is the "cbs morning news."
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. >> federal and local law enforcement removed a passenger from a flight from los angeles to miami on monday after he attendant. a producer from our cbs miami station recorded and air marshall following the man to restrain him until police handcuffs. a village in new york votes on a controversial logo and new details in the investigation into an assault in a brooklyn park. those are some of the headlines on the new york news stands. the "new york times" reports three teens are charged with raping a woman in the mark. she was raped as she walked with her father. charges against a fourth are pending. police are looking for a fifth suspect. the daily mail reports the
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was last alive in a club. 35-year-old ashley olsen visited the monte carlo club on thursday. it's known for drugs, sex and violence. police believe she might have been killed by someone she met there and invited baaing to her home. the syracuse post standard reports on a town voting to keep a controversial village seem. this is the seal of whitesboro in upstate new york. it dates back to 1883 some say it depicts a white settleer choking a native american man. county officials say it's a friendly press e wrestling match between the town founder and a member of the tribe. variety reports on a major u.s. film maker to a chinese company. wanda announced it is buying legendary entertainment for $3.5 billion. legendary made "jurassic park"
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circus emfants are set to take their final bow for ringling brothers. details in "moneywatch." bow for ringling. more in the
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here's a look at the forecast around the country. at least eight people are dead in an explosion in central istanbul this morning.
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with tourists. police and ambulances have rushed to the scene. state-run television says the explosion was likely caused by a suicide bomber. on the cbs "moneywatch" now, early retirement for circus elephants and a megamerger. good morning, jim. >> reporter: good morning, anne-marie. drug maker shire bought backsalta. treatment for rare diseases is a lucrative area in the drug industry. stocks here on wall street were mixed following a last move minute comeback t. dow gained 52 points. the s&p up one. if you think your drive in uber cars are less? you are right. they cut prices in 100 canadian-u.s. cities.
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year in a row uber cut fares. it depends on the size of the city. it never boosts ridership during the weren't season. ringling is releasing its elephants a year early. the circus official says they realized they could release them sooner, so they will. all of the el elephants will be released to an animal conservation in florida. >> thanks a lot, jill. still to come, the golden globe moment that exploded on social media. leonardo dicaprio reveals his reaction within lady gaga walked by him.
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forecast in some cities around the country. >> sales of the late david bowie's newest album jumped on news of his death sunday. the album shot to number one on itunes' topple a bums monday on amazon's best sellers, cd and vinyls. it surpassed adele's "25." bowie's music surged 2700 percent. well, it was a moment everyone was talking about after sunday night's golden globes as lady gaga makes her way to the stage to accept her award. she brushes leonardo dicaprio who gives her an award winning eye roll. after intent tainment tonight showed the moment the dicaprio. >> can you imagine your reaction
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>> that is trending, huh? >> you see how quick it happens. >> he didn't leave empty handed. he won the best actor aword for his role in "the revenant." . university of alabama football coach nick saban showed off his gambling nature. it paid off in fourth win with the crimson tide. in a back and forth national title game, alabama ties clemson at 24 in the fourth quarter. that's when saban goes for and gets an onside check a. few plays later, tight end o.j. howard is wide opened for a 51-yard touchdown catch. to give them the lead for good. the teams would trade touchdowns t. crimson tide comes out on top with a win. it's alabama's 11th national
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>> the nfl is suspending devonte burfict. he set up the game winning field goal for pittsburgh. the nfl playoffs continue this weekend right here on cbs. we will bring you both games and on sunday the steelers travel to denver to face the broncos. this is the vbs morning news.
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. >> fwl good morning, t 4:56. i'm bridgett ellison. >> i'm david hall. here are the stories making headlines this january 12. scary moments caught on camera after robbers jumped a counter at a business and hold a gun to the clerk's head. that and more coming up. >> let's bring in troy and dori. >> it is a chilly tuesday, isn't it? we'll get you some travel times and construction, we'll talk about that on i-4 this morning. >> thank you. >> it is dry but cold, even colder than we saw this time
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that freeze warning in effect for marion and for flagler counties until 9:00. here's that front stalled out well to our south, south of the keys, more of that cold air working in, around that area of high pressure. staying dry for central florida today and tomorrow before another system comes in and gives us a chance for a few showers, the big story, the temperatures in the 30's and 40's, we are at 36 in ocala. 41 at palm coast. 42 in orlando. 53 degrees in cocoa beach. a little bit of a range in temperatures. the coldest air to the north and northwest, certainly jacket weather area wide but it does feel cooler when you factor in a breeze in spots, only shave off a couple of degrees here and there. what about the forecast for today? not a big warmup.
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getting up to 62 at 4:00 with no rain in the afternoon house. there's the forecast, you can see white would indicate clouds. green would indicate rain. like yesterday we'll see few clouds. we'll see a little bit more cloud cover than yesterday but not much. you see the white here as we take you into 4:00 in the afternoon, a couple of those clouds developing but certainly no rain along with clouds. dry before the next round of rain does move in later in the week. cool through the afternoon. the average high is 71. we are nearly 10 degrees below the average into the afternoon in most spots. 62 in orlando by 3:00. we are at 60 in ocala. cocoa beach at 63 degrees. more cool air before a warmup and before more rain. we'll talk about those changes but first let's head to the roads with dori. >> we'll take a look at i-4 at ivanhoe. this construction you'll see in
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princeton and lee. give yourself extra time. i always say slow down in this area. this is a tricky area, lots of lane shifts. construction mile marker at 253. the left lane is blocked. we are dealing with a crash coming into our traffic center at winter springs this is at red bug lake road. there is a roadblock with this situation. construction in volusia county. i-95 south at mile marker 259, the two left lanes are blocked. more construction coming up and a few issues. right now. >> overnight, a neighborhood covered in crime tape after one family becomes the target of home invaders. we are live as investigators look to get results and track down a suspect who did it. >> once again, we are feeling the freeze outside as
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